The LowCountry Alliance for Healthy Youth is a group of community members coming together to help reduce substance use and abuse. We are looking for volunteers to help us in this mission. This is a community effort and WE NEED YOU!

Check our EVENT CALENDAR and come to our next meeting to see what it is about…..and you can figure out how you might help us……


A Community Board Member represents a sector in our community (educators, health professionals, law enforcement, legal community, youth groups and organizations, Senior community members, parents, faith based groups and organizations, youth and more). We are seeking to have at least one and maybe two people from each sector who will work with us to help fulfill our mission and launch our Strategic Plan.

The LCAHY meets once a month for two hours and decisions are made on going forward with goals and initiatives. It takes all of us in the community not just a few people driving the group and making all the decisions.

PLEASE consider committing yourself to this task!

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As we move forward putting the goals and initiatives in place as per our Strategic Plan we will need community resources. FOR EXAMPLE perhaps your business or organization that you represent can help fund stickers to place in businesses……

“WE ID ANYONE PURCHASING ALCOHOL OR TOBACCO PRODUCTS and it is a fine of $699.50 to purchase alcohol for underage persons. SO DON’T DO IT!!!”

This is just an example.

Other ways to help may be:

  • Make copies for us to distribute flyers or posters in the community for an event or program.
  • Donate time and talent to setting up collateral materials or ads
  • Help us raise money by having an event at your place of business or organization

If this interests you, your business or organization please contact:


Help us with our goals and initiatives by becoming a Community Member and you will be on our mailing list to receive news of what we are doing, when our next meeting is and most importantly have the opportunity to volunteer for a committee focused on a particular initiative which may be helping to put an event together or helping to launch a program using our Community  Resources.

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“One of the marvelous things about community is that it enables us to welcome and help people in a way we couldn’t as individuals. When we pool our strength and share the work and responsibility, we can welcome many people, even those in deep distress, and perhaps help them find self-confidence and inner healing.”
― Jean VanierCommunity And Growth